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Trump International Hotel & Tower New Orleans

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Identification

Trump International Hotel & Tower New Orleans
234328

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Structure in General

skyscraper
unbuilt [cancelled]
postmodernism

Usages

residential condominium hotel
parking

Facts

  • Project originally announced on August 25, 2005, only four days prior to Hurricane Katrina striking the city.
  • Although it will be listed as having 70 floors, the tower will not have a 13th floor resulting in the official count of 69 floors.
  • This will be topped with a 126-foot tall spire.
  • If constructed as planned, this would become the tallest building in both New Orleans and the state of Louisiana.
  • Would also have become the tallest building along the Gulf Coast outside of Houston, surpassing the RSA Battle House Tower in Mobile.
  • Floors 1-2 will contain retail; floors 3-15 will be parking; floors 18-32 would be a 435-unit condo hotel; and floors 39-69 will contain 299 condominium units.
  • In summer 2006, the design was altered to eliminate all exterior balconies in order to increase the square footage of all its units.
  • Units will range in size from between 600 and 2,000 square feet.
  • The Grand Regency was proposed for this site in the late 1990s.

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Location

501-539 Poydras Street
427 Magazine Street, 430 Camp Street
Block bound by Poydras, Camp, Magazine and Natchez Streets
70130
New Orleans
Louisiana
U.S.A.

Technical Data

842.01 ft
842.01 ft
716.01 ft
716.01 ft
69
2007
2009
$400,000,000

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